2009 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Social Sciences
Mark Jaccard spends much of his time researching Discrete choice, Management science, Natural resource economics, Finance and Economy. Mark Jaccard interconnects Marketing, Market penetration, Consumer behaviour, Revealed preference and Energy economics in the investigation of issues within Discrete choice. His Natural resource economics research includes themes of Fossil fuel, Energy sustainability, Sustainable energy and Secondary energy.
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Mark Jaccard mainly focuses on Natural resource economics, Environmental economics, Public economics, Economy and Carbon tax. In his work, Developing country is strongly intertwined with Carbon capture and storage, which is a subfield of Natural resource economics. Mark Jaccard focuses mostly in the field of Environmental economics, narrowing it down to matters related to Secondary sector of the economy and, in some cases, Energy policy.
His studies deal with areas such as Consumption and Public good as well as Public economics. His Economy study combines topics in areas such as Market penetration and Electricity market. Mark Jaccard has researched Microeconomics in several fields, including Subsidy and Discrete choice.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Natural resource economics, Climate policy, Carbon tax, Public economics and Environmental economics. His research in Natural resource economics focuses on subjects like Energy policy, which are connected to Public transport and Emissions trading. His Climate policy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Competition and Carbon price.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Returns to scale, Industrial organization and Investment. Mark Jaccard combines subjects such as Consumption and Revenue with his study of Public economics. His research ties Residential sector and Environmental economics together.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Natural resource economics, Carbon tax, Climate policy, Investment and Public economics. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Natural resource economics and Jurisdiction in his work. The study incorporates disciplines such as Competition, Marketing and Industrial organization in addition to Carbon tax.
The concepts of his Climate policy study are interwoven with issues in Natural gas, Operations management and Carbon price. His Investment study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Consumption and Revenue. His Public economics study spans across into fields like Survey data collection, Opposition, Public relations, Respondent and Turnover.
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Hybrid Modeling: New Answers to Old Challenges Introduction to the Special Issue of The Energy Journal
Jean-Charles Hourcade;Mark Jaccard;Chris Bataille;Frederic Ghersi.
The Energy Journal (2006)
Combining stated and revealed choice research to simulate the neighbor effect: The case of hybrid-electric vehicles
Jonn Axsen;Dean C. Mountain;Mark Jaccard.
Resource and Energy Economics (2009)
The renewable portfolio standard:: design considerations and an implementation survey
T. Berry;M. Jaccard.
Energy Policy (2001)
The ‘neighbor effect’: Simulating dynamics in consumer preferences for new vehicle technologies
Paulus Mau;Jimena Eyzaguirre;Mark Jaccard;Colleen Collins-Dodd.
Ecological Economics (2008)
Improving behavioral realism in hybrid energy-economy models using discrete choice studies of personal transportation decisions
Matt Horne;Mark Jaccard;Ken Tiedemann.
Energy Economics (2005)
Estimating commuter mode choice: A discrete choice analysis of the impact of road pricing and parking charges
Kevin Washbrook;Wolfgang Haider;Mark Jaccard.
Combining Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches To Energy-Economy Modeling Using Discrete Choice Methods
Nic Rivers;Mark Jaccard.
The Energy Journal (2005)
Estimating the costs of mitigating greenhouse gases
J.C. Hourcade;R. Richels;J. Robinson;W. Chandler.
Modeling the cost of climate policy: Distinguishing between alternative cost definitions and long-run cost dynamics
Mark K. Jaccard;John Nyboer;Crhis Bataille;Bryn Sadownik.
The Energy Journal (2003)
Sustainable Fossil Fuels: The Unusual Suspect in the Quest for Clean and Enduring Energy
Mark Kenneth Jaccard.
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